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  1. Master's degree in transport engineering (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) identify and prove relations of cause and effect; predict and evaluate the consequences of planned solutions (measures); demonstrate mastery of research methods, procedures and processes; develop critical and self-critical judgement, including ethical and socially responsible reflection; apply knowledge in practice and show autonomy in professional work; develop communication skills and abilities, in particular communication with experts and specialists from other fields related to transport engineering; demonstrate cooperativeness and work in a group in an international environment. (subject-specific competences) analyse and evaluate processes in the transport system; synthesise events in the transport system, in particular by integrating transport knowledge with other important social subsystems and evaluating the effects of the transport system on the environment, space, the economy, demographics; draw up sustainable mobility plans (Sustainable Urban Transport Projects – SUTPs) using their knowledge of mobility, roads and transport planning, as one of the key components of the sustainable development of society (at local, regional and national levels); draw up transport studies using their knowledge of the generation and distribution of traffic flows, knowledge of traffic flow properties in connection with road capacities and means of transport, and knowledge of the methods and techniques of planning, modelling, evaluating and forecasting in transport; draw up ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  2. Doctorate in the field of technical environmental protection (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: demonstrate mastery of knowledge in a chosen scientific field (e.g. construction and design of engineering and environmental systems, computer modelling of engineering and environmental systems, computer modelling and experimental modelling of environmental phenomena, advanced concepts in environmental protection management) and further develop that knowledge, find new sources of knowledge in the academic and professional spheres of environmental protection, plan, evaluate and build advanced technologies, innovative products and systems that can potentially be offered in global markets, either now or in the future, develop research methods across a broad spectrum of problems and in this way respond rapidly to new circumstances in both national and international contexts, master new technological procedures and processes, communicate knowledge in the form of lectures, expert appraisals and advice, find new solutions and use a research approach to the design and manufacture of products that are connected to new techniques and the most advanced technologies, and take a holistic approach to waste management, incorporate the findings of other disciplines into the broader field of technical protection of the environment, demonstrate individual creative thinking, demonstrate coherent mastery of basic knowledge and integrate knowledge from various areas, place new information and interpretations in the context of the fundamental discipline, demonstrate understanding of the basic structure of t ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  3. Food processing technician (no legal status)

    The holder of the certificate is qualified to: collect, store and prepare raw materials and ingredients for processing; process plant and animal raw materials into wholesome and safe products; control product packing and storing; control and provide for product and service quality by keeping records; take, receive and prepare samples for lab analyses and tests; perform simple sensory, chemical, microbiological and physical analyses; prepare present microorganisms for the use in food production; monitor bioprocess; maintain and control hygiene in production and warehouse facilities; calculate the body’s energy and nutritional needs; select food and prepare balanced and healthy menus by following previously prescribed standards; cooperate in the development of new products; Optional: Entrepreneurship and marketing supply and sell food products successfully; cooperate in a group and communicate with co-workers and customers; employ ICT; Sustainable development protect health and the environment as well as use natural energy sources and raw materials rationally; comply with hygiene, safety and other food processing regulations; Technology of plant origin food make complex bakery wares, flour confectionery and pasta, monitor cereal milling, process fruits and vegetables as well as make beverages; Technology of animal origin food make different types of fermented milk, cheese, process cream into different products, make ice cream, make meat products, control and record technology parameters and store raw materials an ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  4. Bionics engineer (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) ensure moral and ethical work – i.e. honesty, accuracy and conscientiousness at work, plan and organise their own work and the work of others; ensure the quality and efficiency of work in the working environment in accordance with the standards and rules of the profession; use modern information and communication technologies; demonstrate understanding of professional and ethical responsibility; demonstrate awareness of the importance of continuing and lifelong education and impart knowledge; make rational use of energy, material and time; protect health and the environment and take responsibility for own safety and the safety of others; develop enterprise characteristics, skills and behaviour; cooperate in developing the profession and take the initiative to introduce new features in the profession; use a foreign language to keep abreast of technical developments abroad and to communicate using technical terminology. (specific vocational competences) use computerised bionic processing tools in work procedures and processes; make decisions on technical and business matters and solve problems in the field of bionics; prepare implementation plans for bionic systems; participate in the preparation and running of bionics projects; participate in the planning, implementation, updating, supervision and optimisation of bionic processes; identify and analyse existing bionic processes and incorporate new findings; incorporate renewable and alternative energy sources into b ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  5. Cellar keeper (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: plan, prepare, carry out and check own work, make rational use of energy, material and time, protect health and the environment, communicate with the relevant professional services and clients, develop enterprise characteristics, skills and behaviour, prepare a cellar and maintain the cleanliness of receptacles and premises, take delivery of and process white and red grapes and tend the must, look after wines, bottle wine, prepare vintage wines, prepare barrique wines, make sparkling wines using the charmat and traditional methods. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  6. Assistant well driller/borer (no legal status)

    Candidates will be able to: prepare, carry out and check own work make rational use of energy, material and time, machinery and tools, protect health and the environment and ensure the use of protective equipment, establish a cooperative relationship with superiors and colleagues, prepare machinery and equipment according to the instructions of a superior, carry out ancillary works in the transport of drilling rigs and equipment on site, work with all plants and machinery on a site according to instructions of superiors and in accordance with the operating instructions, participate in the drilling of boreholes using various technological procedures, carry out ancillary works in the preparation and implementation of drilling. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  7. Mechatronic Technician (no legal status)

    The holder of the certificate is qualified to: use and understand technical plans; use information systems in technological processes; provide for automation of technological processes for maintaining technological systems; determine lifting and load capacity of construction elements; use hydraulic and mechanical elements or systems, and electrical machines or appliances; construct mechatronic systems and plan assembly and disassembly of mechatronic systems; diagnose errors and perform simple repairs of mechatronic systems; programme less complex applications in different programme languages; integrate the information system with production process; maintain equipment and applications by integrating information system with production processes; design controls and regulations, and plan pneumatic and hydraulic controls; use and plan digital wiring, microcontroller, PLC control and sensory elements. In addition, the holder of the certificate also upgraded his/her key professional skills and competences with key general knowledge and skills in line with national standards. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  8. Academic bachelor's degree in ecoremediation (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) identify the structure of an environment, both natural and man-made, identify processes in nature such as retention of water, self-cleaning capability and biodiversity, transfer acquired knowledge from legislation and the fields of the environment, psychology of the environment, ecosystem services and ecoremediation systems into practice, including environmental communication and e-support, demonstrate familiarity with technology in ecoremediation systems and maintain ecoremediation facilities, provide e-support to ecoremediation systems (subject-specific competences) demonstrate understanding of the functioning of ecosystems and their protection and renewal, analyse abiotic and biotic factors of the environment, demonstrate familiarity with ecoremediation, demonstrate understanding of environmental degradation, demonstrate knowledge of the internal structures of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, including anthropogenic ecosystems, demonstrate understanding of environmental legislation, work with people, demonstrate knowledge of ecosystem services, undertake practical work in the environment, both natural and degraded, provide monitoring, maintain ecoremediation facilities, provide integrated environmental management. ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  9. Master's degree in polymers technology (no legal status)

    Students will be able to: (general competences) demonstrate in-depth knowledge and understanding of the essential facts, concepts, principles and theories relating to the second-cycle programme, apply knowledge and methodologies to address qualitative and quantitative complex problems including in new, less known and multidisciplinary contexts, master research methods, procedures and processes, develop critical and self-critical assessment, undertake technical analysis and synthesis and anticipate solutions and consequences, place new information and interpretations in the context of the profession, demonstrate objectivity in achieving and evaluating results and presenting the results of research, demonstrate autonomy in professional work, address multidisciplinary problems in collaboration with immediate colleagues and participants from other working environments and fields, master information technologies for successful professional work, including the management and implementation of industrial and R&D projects, formulate an expert opinion; in cases where inadequate or limited information is available, find the necessary information, clearly and effectively communicate/report conclusions, justifications and knowledge to a specialist and non-specialist public, demonstrate a capacity for ethical reflection and a commitment to professional ethics, cooperate professionally and communicate effectively, including in the international environment (in a foreign language), organise work, work as part of a team, t ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia
  10. Mechatronic Technician SI (no legal status)

    Certificate holders will be able to: • use and demonstrate understanding of technical plans; • use information systems in technological processes; • automate technological processes and maintain technological systems; • determine loads and load-bearing capacities of structural elements; • use hydraulic and mechanical elements or systems and electrical machinery or devices; • build mechatronic systems and plan the assembly and disassembly of mechatronic systems; • diagnose faults and carry out simple repairs to mechatronic systems; • program relatively simple applications in different programming languages; • integrate the information system with the manufacturing process; • maintain equipment and applications at the level of integration of the information system with manufacturing processes; • design control and regulation mechanisms and plan pneumatic and hydraulic control systems; • use and plan digital circuits, microcontrollers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs) and elements of sensor technology. Elective: • assemble and test mechatronic systems; • assemble and disassemble simple mechatronic systems; • maintain and repair mechatronic systems; • maintain and repair mechatronic systems. The programme is adapted for provision in Slovene as the language of instruction in the ethnically mixed area of Slovenian Istria and also has the following special objectives: • to develop communication skills in Italian and Slovene, • to develop knowledge of the natural, cultural and historical heritage of ...

    Category: Qualifications Location: Slovenia

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